English, Article edition: ARE THE EXPERIENCES OF THE INTERWAR POLISH BANKING USEFUL FOR CONTEMPORARY BANKING IN POLAND? Zbigniew Landau

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  • ARE THE EXPERIENCES OF THE INTERWAR POLISH BANKING USEFUL FOR CONTEMPORARY BANKING IN POLAND?
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  • Zbigniew Landau
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  • In author opinion, experience of Poland banking in the interwar period can be useful in solving certain problems of contemporary banking in Poland. It concerns the problems of share of the state in the credit system, as well as its attitude towards foreign capital in banking trade. The author opinion is that in countries when the private capital is scarce, the state ought to remain in possession of state banks to resist the takeover of the whole of the credit institutions by foreign countries.
  • Poland - banking system, state banks, foreign capitals
  • RePEc:prg:jnlaop:v:2007:y:2007:i:7:id:206:p:282-287
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